Problem in Data Downlod from SAP to Msoffice 2007

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Problem in Data Downlod from SAP to Msoffice 2007. If i use data export option from SAP to Excel 2007 a blank xls sheet open but no SAP data apear in sheet.

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Hi Mkamil,

I have the same problem that you. Had you find the solution?.

Thank you in advance.

Regards.

Mkamil,

follow these steps:

Click on the Office Button (upper left)>>
Excel Options>>
Trust Center>>
Trust Center Settings>>
Macro Settings>>
make sure that Enable all macros is selected as well as Trust access to the VBA project object model
This should do the trick.

Good Luck!

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  • Thoink
    Hi Mkamil, You can fix your problem with patching your SAP Logon. SAP Logon 710 need patch level 8 and SAP Logon 640 need patch level 23.
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  • Tolsty
    We had the same problem. Turn on macros not fixed it. But when we install new SAPgui version. Since Final Release 710 7100.3.13.3131 this problem was fixed.
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  • JoeA5
    If you will be performing this procedure numerous times, then I suggest you use a 3rd party data migration software. Check out EzySolutions by Gesix. EzySolutions is a user and process efficiency tool that seamlessly integrates Excel with SAP to download, modify and upload any SAP R/3 data.
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  • TomLiotta
    …integrates Excel with SAP to download, modify and upload any SAP R/3 data. …which is generally a very bad idea and should be avoided at almost all costs. Generally, it should be forbidden by any SAP administrator. Tom
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